Partition your drives with KDE Partition Manager

If you want to change your partitions on KDE neon, or in fact on a range of other drive formats as well, there is a very good partition manager called KDE Partition Manager. With it you can create, destroy, resize, move, and backup partitions in formats such as ext2, ext3, ext4, fat16, fat32 and ntfs. […]

Create in Libre Office

If you want to create or read documents of many kinds then Libre Office will serve you well. Not just writing either, spreadsheets, databases, drawing, presentations and maths are all catered for and, in the hands of the Document Foundation, constantly improving. To install Libre Office in KDE neon open up Konsole and type, and […]

Free cloud storage with Mega

Mega is a secure cloud storage provider that offers at least 5GB of free encrypted storage. It also has apps for mobile and desktop and extensions for Firefox and Chromium. It is a great option to sync your important files between your devices, upload your photos from you phone or share files with your friends. […]

Watch video with VLC

VLC media player has got to be one of the most popular ways of watching media files in the world. And video is not the only media it plays. In fact it plays just about everything, on just about everything, without charging you anything. Being an open source product itself, VLC media player is of […]

Web development on KDE neon with XAMPP

XAMPP is an easy to use installer to create a pre-built LAMP stack on your machine. That sounds a lot more technical than it is. Basically it installs a web server onto your computer so you can access the files through your browser and the actual files being served as an aid to web-development. You […]